When you’re hot, you’re hot. And Corey Dickerson of the Tampa Bay Rays is hot.
Dickerson is hitting a career best .346 with a .615 slugging percentage after Tuesday’s action, which included a very unique (extra-)base hit:
Dickerson led off the third inning and served a 2-2 breaking ball into left field for a double. But upon further review, it wasn’t your run-of-the-mill low pitch – it actually hit the dirt before Dickerson made contact. An impressive feat that invoked memories of Vlad Guerrero with the Los Angeles Angels:
So who did it better? Dickerson or Guerrero?